Pelling Tourism

Pelling is located in Sikkim. It is a hill town which is about 131 km from Gangtok. The place has recently become a favorite tourist destination. So, the roadways are mended and many good hotels are being set up. Waterfalls and rock gardens are a must visit in this small town. Sewaro Rock Garden is a complete scenic experience with rocks, pools and manicured gardens. The Kanchenjunga Falls are beautiful waterfalls that are active for the almost a complete year.

There are local monasteries which are a worship place for Buddhists. The Pemayangtse Buddhist monastery, founded by Lama Lhatsun Chempo is a three-storeyed structure. There is a gold-plated statue of Guru Padmasambhava situated inside. It has wall paintings also. Sanga Choeling Monastery is the oldest of all the monasteries. A transparent Pelling Sky Walk is opened in November 2018. It is made of glass and leads to the Chenrezig Statue. This 137 feet statue is an attraction which indeed caused a very significant footfall to this city. Khecheopalri Lake is a sacred lake that is believed to be taken care of by the birds. The leaves are picked up by them as soon as they drop into the lake surface.

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Travel Guide Kanchenjunga Falls Pelling Sikkim
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Kanchenjunga Falls

The Kanchenjunga falls are an enormously beautiful waterfall and one of major tourist spot in Pelling of Sikkim. The view of this Falls is so amazing and force of the water and the sound it makes is thrilling experience.

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Travel Guide Khecheopalri Lake Pelling Sikkim
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Khecheopalri Lake

The Khecheopalri Lake or Wishing Lake is a most sacred lake of Both Buddhists beliefs and Hindus beliefs and is situated in the Pelling district of Sikkim.

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Travel Guide Pemayangtse Monastery
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Pemayangtse Monastery

The Pemayangtse Gompa Monastery is the 2nd oldest Buddhist monastery built in 1705 by Lama Lhatsun Chempo and located in the Pelling district of Sikkim State, India.

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